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Now that Apple has lifted restrictions on 3G VoIP calls, Fringland has just released a 3G-enabled version of Fring for iPhone [App Store, Free]. The new application works just as it did before, only now you can perform voice and video calls over cellular data networks in addition to Wi-Fi. And yes, Skype calls go through using Fring over 3G as well.
Fing isn't the only one jumping onto the 3G VoIP bandwagon. iCall has also announced that iCall Free VoIP [App Store, Free] now works over 3G as well. For those who don't know, iCall allows you to transfer any incoming call to VoIP for free for pay, allowing you to save your minutes. Check out their website for more info.
Fringland yesterday released an updated version of their VoIP application, Fring [App Store, Free], which now includes support for video calls. The new addition requires you to be connected via WiFi and only works one-way, due to the iPhone's back-facing camera. The company will supposedly support two-way video calls once the iPhone supports a front-facing camera, as they do on several Nokia phones. Oddly enough, the update does not show that audio calls can be made over 3G, in spite of the fact that Apple and AT&T have lifted the limitation of WiFi only for VoIP calls.
Fringland has also released a video to promote the new feature: